Who Do You Want to Be in 2015?

With 2015 just a few days away I started to think about Resolutions.  What I want to stop or start doing in the coming year… ignoring the fact that I’ve never been able to keep one for 365 days.


I can hear my mom’s voice in my head “Doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting a different outcome is the definition of crazy.”

…so this year I’m doing something differently.

My Resolution is about “Being” vs “Doing”.

I know that in my day-to-day my happiness stems more from how I choose to “be” or respond to things, vs what I do.

My “Being” impacts how I feel about my life in general way more than my “Doing”.


Here are 3 Questions that I’ve asked myself to create this year’s Resolution.

1.     WHO DO YOU WANT TO BE IN 2015?

I am choosing to “Be in Flow”. 

This is a concept I’ve briefly mentioned in a previous post from a man named Vishen Lakhiani of www.mindvalley.com.  He shared that his work and life shifted when he chose to be in Flow.

It’s about having 1) A clear Vision of what you are working towards/your goals, and 2) Being Present and in the Moment.


I have to stop focusing on the gap of what I want for myself at work and where I currently am.

I have to stop trying to control everything and trust that things like “Going to Burlington over the Christmas holidays for a hockey tournament can be a good thing for our entire family”, and just be present.


I am committed to finding a painting or an image that visually represents Flow to me and hanging it in my office.  I also have the word FLOW as my screen saver on my office computer.

I am sharing my 3 responses above because I know it keeps me accountable when I share with others.

So how about you?  I’d love to hear your 3 answers.

Put it out there.  Make a commitment to making 2015 count.


You can win a FREE Seat at my upcoming and intimate Planning For Success in 2015 where I’m inviting a maximum of 10 women into my home to create an action plan for their top priorities for 2015. 

It’s simple, all you have to do is post/share your 3 answers to the questions above in my TurnerCoaching Facebook community, before next Tuesday, Jan. 6th.

Please trust that those who will read your post are just like you and me.  Wanting to do our best at work and in life, but not at the expense of what’s important to us.

I look forward to hearing from you!


Wishing you a fun, intentional and ‘uncomfortable’ 2015! 

‘Uncomfortable’ is all about being outside of your comfort zone and willing to do what you might typically have been avoiding!



Wishing you a fun, intentional and ‘uncomfortable’ 2015! 

‘Uncomfortable’ comes from being outside of your comfort zone, being willing to do what you might typically have been avoiding.